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karlwinn
post 27.03.2013 20:11
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I upgraded yesterday from Pure 2 to Pure3 but since install have been having the following error:-

"FastMM has detected a FreeMem call after FastMM was uninstalled."

Windows 7 Pro SP1, 64bit, 8GB, Hitachi SSD

Error does not appear when Pure 3 is disabled.

Anybody have any ideas how to fix this ?

Thanks

Karl

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richbuff
post 28.03.2013 02:08
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TheDude20165
post 31.03.2013 18:39
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QUOTE(karlwinn @ 27.03.2013 19:11) *
I upgraded yesterday from Pure 2 to Pure3 but since install have been having the following error:-

"FastMM has detected a FreeMem call after FastMM was uninstalled."

Windows 7 Pro SP1, 64bit, 8GB, Hitachi SSD

Error does not appear when Pure 3 is disabled.

Anybody have any ideas how to fix this ?

Thanks

Karl



I am also having the same issue. unsure.gif

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ScottC
post 7.05.2013 20:42
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FreeMem is only listed as supporting up to Windows XP. There's also no mention of 64-bit support.
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